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SELAH According to wikipedia, Another interpretation claims that SELAH comes from the primary Hebrew root word SALAH which means "to hang". the significance of this term was apparently not known even by ancient bibilical commentators. It is also reported in various cities in the middle east that the SELAH originates in syrian Aramaic word reserved for prayer as a praise that is used exclusively for praising God and is the highest form of praise man is able to give. Additionally, this word means prayer in modern Arabic.  ....As such, perhaps most instructive way to view the use of this word, particularly in the context of psalms, would be as the writers instruction to the reader "to pause and exalt the Lord.   - After series of definitions, the general conclusion in the context of psalm is to "pause" and "exalt" the Lord. - Therefore, to PAUSE means to temporary stop or silence. And EXALT means special form of praise dedicated to the most high especially GOD. - In this case I can reach into conclusion that SELAH is SALAH which could means in Islam "Temporary stop (or standing) to offer a special form of praise to the most high GOD ALMIGHTY ALLAH. - By this definition SELAH in psalm84:4-6 is nothing but the muslims SALAH which is changed or distorted so as to change the meaning in order to hide the real truth as it has been their habitual profession. - Lets read psalm84:4-6. Blessed are those who dwell in thy house, they will continue praising thee. selah. Blessed are the men whose strength is in thee, in whose heart are the highways to (pilgrims). As they go through the valley of Baca they make it a place of springs; the early rain also covers it pools.

what does the word "SELAH" means in psalm84 of the bible?

its not pro-ghafi that did it but the same people they've armed to revolt against ghadafi, the libyan government are just looking for a cover.

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